This is how you make your Sundays useful
To make a day useful you need to understand one thing, a day is successful if you are satisfied with the thing you have done throughout your day. Below are few points you may try if you think they worth trying
Wake up early
Think of this time as a pre-game warm-up, allowing your mind to mentally prepare for the coming challenges. Waking up early is an extremely useful tool for self-reflection and meditation in the daily life
Short Fitness session (Morning)
(abs, core training for 15 minutes). This session helps your body wake up and pump some blood in your muscles, and brain.
10 minutes for yourself
This habit changed my life forever. Every day I make 10 minutes for myself. I start these 10 minutes with breathing exercise ( For 2 minutes), then I think about 3 things that I’m thankful for (4 minutes), and then I finish these 10 minutes with a vision how I achieved my 3 goals.
Set your most important daily goals
Reaching them you will feel more confident!
Step out of your comfort zone
Go out and step out of your comfort zone. Do it every single day, because it is the only way you can grow as a person. And if you will do it every day of the year. You will definitely become a better person.
Gain New Knowledge
Every day learn something new, read something new, listen to something new.
Fail at least one time
It just means you are trying something new and don’t be afraid to challenge yourself.
Learn one new skill
More skill you will have, more opportunities will be present to you.
Write a quote
It will boost your creative thinking.
Be positive. A smile is very powerful. It can change other people a day and even life.
In the middle of the day no matter where you are or what you are doing, take 30 minutes pause. Turn off your phone and internet, and create a vision where you have achieved your goals and dreams. See it, feel it.
Take your phone and call your wife or husband, girlfriend or boyfriend, or to a family member. Tell them how much you love them and how great they are. It only takes 30 seconds, but these seconds could be life-changing.
Before bedtime take yourself back to your day. Analyze your day, learn from your mistakes.